Llandaf Author Publishes Fast-Paced Thriller
“What you did wasn't murder… He deserved everything he got. In the old days, they slaughtered surplus animals in November. Blood Month, they called it. That's all you did. You rid the world of a useless beast…”
Who Beat the All Blacks? Shortlisted for Rugby Book of the Year Award
Y Lolfa publishers are proud to announce that Who Beat the All Blacks? by Alun Gibbard has been shortlisted for the coveted 2013 British Sports Book Awards, one of the key events in the publishing and sporting calendar.
Railwayman Publishes Humorous Book about the Welsh
A senior manager in the NHS and operating officer for the Burry Port and Gwendraeth Valley Railway has published a humorous book inspired by Welsh characters and Welsh life.
The Welsh Dan Brown sets new thriller in Cardiff Bay
Penarth author Peter Luther, whose supernatural thrillers have resulted in him being dubbed by critics as the Welsh Dan Brown, has published his fourth novel.
Keeping up with the Joneses... Why the Welsh have the best Nicknames
Nicknames are to be found all over Britain, and it is believed that in Wales, nicknames almost certainly began as a means to distinguish between the thousands of Joneses, Williamses, Evanses and Robertses.
“Don’t sing the National Anthem!”
It's that time of year again: voices will be lost, throats will be hoarse, and all in the name of the highly anticipated Six Nations. But the author of a new book on the Welsh national anthem tells politicians, rugby players and fans not to sing Hen Wlad fy Nhadau… unless they truly believe and agree with the words.
‘Crazy’ Cardiff Clergyman’s Story Told in New Book
A new book by John I. Morgans gives voice to a clergyman who was labelled a 'madman' by his enemies.
Two Cardiffs Caught on Camera: Images of a City, Stories of its People
During the 1970s and early '80s, hundreds of prints and negatives of Cardiff were taken by the photographer Keith S. Robertson. These were left forgotten in drawers in an artist's studio in the city, with the photographer being told that his years of work had been burned and destroyed.
From Salem to El Alamein, the Contrasting Story of Father and Son
Following the 70th anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein, the vivid account of the life of Second World War soldier Elfed Davies (1919-2002) from Cardiganshire and his time as a young soldier in the North African Campaign has been published in a new book, called Salem Soldier.
Ashley Williams Reveals All on Life in the Premiership
Welsh Captain and Swansea City legend Ashley Williams has been through a lot in the last couple of years. From achieving Premiership status with Swansea in the play-off final to becoming captain of the Welsh national side, it's been quite an eventful period for Ashley, and he's now revealing all about life with Swansea City and Wales in a new book called My Premier League Diary.
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